BRAVE HEARTS ESTATE

Brave Hearts Estate is a 238 acre ranch that was donated to Operation Injured Soldiers by a patriot and generous supporter of our injured veterans…

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  1. I’m a 100% service connected disabled vet. I’m a quadriplegic, wheelchair bound, I gave an outdoor wheelchair or asvi call it, a freaking tank. Lol what I am interested in is trying to hunt elk before I die, it’s first on my Airborne bucket list. Any information would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you very much,
    Jeff Dollar
    RLTW

    1. Hello Adrian,
      Thank you for your service!
      The first step in participating in our events is registration.
      There are no membership fees.
      There are a few ways you can register.
      1. Feel free to visit the Join the Hero registry section of the website and fill out the registration form.
      2. Give us a call at the office (248)437-3130, Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm EST and we will get your registration started by telephone.
      3. Or, email us with your DD215 and/or VA letter to begin your registration process.
      Respectfully,
      Michelle

  2. I am interested in staying at your ranch in early June, after the walleye for warriors event. What info do you need and do you have an opening in that time frame. I am 100% disabled Vietnam Vet.

    thank you
    Frank Parmater

    1. Hello Frank,
      Thank you for your interest in Brave Hearts Estate.
      The first step in scheduling a weekend at the estate will be to get you registered with Operation Injured Soldiers.
      There are a few ways you can register.
      1. Feel free to visit the Join the Hero registry section of the website and fill out the registration form.
      2. Give us a call at the office (248)437-3130, Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm EST and we will get your registration started by telephone.
      3. Or, email us with your DD215 and/or VA letter to begin your registration process.

      Once you are registered, we can check the schedule to get you and your household members registered for a weekend respite at the Estate.
      Thank you for your service!
      We look forward to speaking with you.
      Respectfully,
      Michelle

  3. I believe I am registered already. Can I please find out how to do a elk or some other hunt. I am a 100% disabled female veteran. I would really like to do this with my husband and honestly for my husband. He has been through 17 surgeries with me and a brain injury. He has had to do more for me than any man should ever have to do for a wife. This man is my life. Recently our daughter had to move home with 3 kids and a dog. I already have 4 dogs of our own and 3 people in a 4 bedroom house no basement. Lol needless to say, a break away would be so rejuvenating. I don’t know what it costs, but it would be w worth it.
    I appreciate Any information you can send me.

    1. Hello Tonya,
      We got your voice mail from yesterday and tried to return the call but could not leave a message. Your voice mail seems to be full.
      We will be opening the muzzleloader hunt in the next two weeks. Your husband could accompany you to Vassar for this three-day hunt. There is no cost for you to participate in this hunt. You would just be responsible for your own transportation to and from Vassar.
      When you receive the email, please let us know if you are interested in attending.
      Thank you for your service!

      -Michelle Robins

  4. Whom it may concern,
    I would like to be on an elk or mule deer hunt before I pass on.
    Do have any information where I may apply.
    Thank you and God Bless
    Gunny D.

    1. Hello Gunny,
      If you are not already registered with Operation Injured Soldiers, please follow the “Join” links to do so.
      When we have another opportunity we will keep you in mind.
      Thank you for your service!
      Respectfully,
      Michelle Robins

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